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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Chemical injury claims

    Treatment for a chemical injury


    Exposure to toxic chemicals often has a damaging effect on the body. Once contaminated, our organs struggle to expel these harmful substances, and simply moving away from the source of the chemicals may not help to alleviate symptoms. Exposure to different types of chemical substances results in different types of injury. For example, acids and bases cause….

    The cost of claiming for a chemical injury


    More hazardous chemicals are being used today than ever before and it is not surprising that an increasing number of people are reporting injury after exposure to these toxic chemicals. Chemical injuries often occur on industrial plants, where employees required to handle dangerous chemicals lack the proper training, use the wrong equipment or are not issued with the necessary….

    Chemical injury claims


    Chemical accident claim information and advice If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your chemical injury accident claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now on 0800 689 0500. Have you had a chemical accident? Chemical injuries can be extremely painful and often have….

    Steps to prevent a chemical injury


    Chemical injuries are a major occupational hazard facing workers in the UK’s industrial sector. Every year, thousands of workers suffer injury from exposure to corrosive and toxic chemicals. Recent advances in the industrial sector have seen new and even more dangerous chemical products being routinely used, exposing people to various health problems such as burns, poisoning,….

    How you could sustain a chemical injury


    Many of the industrial chemicals used today can have serious side-effects for the people who have been dangerously exposed to them. Typically, the severity of a chemical injury usually depends on the length of time a person has been exposed to the chemical, as well as the toxicity of the chemical itself. Some people are….

    How much compensation for a chemical burn?


    You’ve had an accident at work; how much compensation for a chemical burn can you get? If you have suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. As Dame Esther Rantzen, consumer champion says ‘If you were injured and someone else is to blame, you should be….

    How to claim for a chemical injury


    Chemical injuries are particularly nasty, so there is every reason why you may want to know about claiming compensation for any accident you have had. If you work in the beauty industry, you’re a cleaner or industrial worker, and you have come to harm, you will need to know how to claim for a chemical….

    Poisoning compensation


    Have you suffered from symptoms of chemical or food poisoning? If so, and someone else was to blame for how ill you feel, you may be entitled to claim poisoning compensation. Poisoning can take many forms. You may have suffered food poisoning, lead poisoning, arsenic poisoning or carbon monoxide poisoning, amongst others. Poisoning claims Essentially, you may….


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